Very short answer question. What are homologous organs? - Biology

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Very short answer question.

What are homologous organs?

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Homologous organs are those organs, which are structurally similar but perform different functions.

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Chapter 5: Origin and Evolution of Life - Exercises [Page 118]

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Balbharati Biology 12th Standard HSC for Maharashtra State Board
Chapter 5 Origin and Evolution of Life
Exercises | Q 2.05 | Page 118

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